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    I survived the family party... sort of. Sort of ate strawberries and am DYING right now, but had a good time there. Emilee got a lot of presents with her favorite NASCAR driver, Dale, Jr. on it. Some money and we had a LOT of people there. More than I had planned for, so we all had SMALL pieces of fruit pizza. I'm a good cook, so I made a sugar cookie base fruit pizza with a cream cheese and sugar base, kiwi, strawberries, and grapes on top. no wonder I am in a flare now. I knew better. Now, the next party, this Saturday, with 10-11 year old Boys and Girls, we'll have a fruit pizza flag wtih blueberries. I should be better then. I hope.

  • #2
    The fruit pizza sounds delicious. I wish I could have some! I am gearing up for the back -to-back birthday party for the kids soon. Can you give me the recipe..sound like it would be a party pleaser. We are doing one 13yr. old, then a 6 yr old. Both girls! Wow..the age difference is so hard at times. I just wish my older girl would be sweeter to her sister...she has such a nasty attitude at times. Those hormones are doing a number!!!! I remember it well!!
    Take care now...good luck with party #2.
    And stay out of the strawberries!!!! jester
    I'm Perfectly Imperfect and Praying for Remission


    • #3
      Hi. The recipe is as follows:

      1 roll of Sugar Cookie Dough - Spread on your sheet and bake - but not TOO done.

      2 pkgs of Cream Cheese - softened
      1/2 cup sugar
      1/2 tsp vanilla
      MIX and spread over the cookie base

      Cut fruit and arrange over cream cheese.
      <<Follow with lots of Prelief and Vicodin>> hehe
      Enjoy! Michelle in KC
      hi hi hi hi hi


      • #4
        Darn this IC. I couldn't touch the recipe; too many "avoids" in the prepared dough. Also the Phidelphia cream cheese is a big maybe for me. Wow, the fruits--no wonder you made the joke about Prelief and Vicodin. I'm not sure I have enough of either for my bladder. . . but I can dream, can't I?

        Like you, I love to cook; the recipe sounds yummy. Thank for sharing. I'll pass it on to my granddaughters; they should enjoy it. It sounds easy to make. Let us know how the next one turns out.

        Hope is the thing with feathers
        That perches in the soul,
        And sings the tune without the words,
        And never stops at all. --Emily Dickinson


        • #5

          [/QUOTE] Cut fruit and arrange over cream cheese.
          <<Follow with lots of Prelief and Vicodin>> hehe
          Enjoy! Michelle in KC

          You last ingredient cracked me up lmao lmao
          Courage does not always roar. Sometimes, it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow".


          • #6
            Emilee's 2nd party went better than the first one. She got so many things! What are these parents thinking??? I let Emilee spend about 10-15.00 on kids presents. Some of these kids bought her new Play Station games. One, I know because I bought the same one for her last week, is $50.00!!! But it was fun. Pictures will be available soon on


            • #7
              I am glad that the parties went well for her and for you. That pizza sounds good. You sound good. Hang in there. There is hope.
              Hang in there , There is hope.
              There is hope. Prayer works.

              Love, Debbie


              • #8
                Your pics are great! Justin looks like a boy who gets into everything. Does he? Emilee looks like you. Oh I can't wait for Zane to be old enough to go to Bristol. I bet ya'll had tons of fun!
                Tons of support,

                IC angel helping families in need for the holidays. [email protected]


                • #9
                  Michelle..I enjoyed the pictures. You have a great family! Pets too!
                  I'm Perfectly Imperfect and Praying for Remission